June 21, 2017

Delaware News Department of Education2018 District/Charter Teachers of the Year namedTwenty Delaware teachers are finalists to be named Delaware’s 2018 Teacher of the Year. Selected from among the 9,000 public … Continue Reading →


Hesburgh-King statue unveiling

Hesburgh-King statue unveiled in South Bend

On a morning filled with brilliant sunshine and 70-degree temperatures, University president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., joined City of South Bend leaders including Mayor Pete Buttigieg and community … Continue Reading →


Dallas Schools, Long Segregated, Charge Forward on Diversity

Two years ago, under Mr. Hinojosa’s predecessor, the Dallas schools set a goal of starting more than 35 new schools by 2020. Through this effort, Mr. Hinojosa hopes to reverse … Continue Reading →


How sad that English-speaking parents are afraid of their children being taught in Welsh | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

Tuesday’s Guardian article about Welsh language education caused huge controversy. In it, some parents protested about their village school switching to Welsh-language teaching. The print headline was: Welsh-only teaching – … Continue Reading →


June 21, 2017

Delaware News Department of Education2018 District/Charter Teachers of the Year namedTwenty Delaware teachers are finalists to be named Delaware’s 2018 Teacher of the Year. Selected from among the 9,000 public … Continue Reading →


Hesburgh-King statue unveiling

Hesburgh-King statue unveiled in South Bend

On a morning filled with brilliant sunshine and 70-degree temperatures, University president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., joined City of South Bend leaders including Mayor Pete Buttigieg and community … Continue Reading →


Dallas Schools, Long Segregated, Charge Forward on Diversity

Two years ago, under Mr. Hinojosa’s predecessor, the Dallas schools set a goal of starting more than 35 new schools by 2020. Through this effort, Mr. Hinojosa hopes to reverse … Continue Reading →


Who decides whether universities should be gold, silver or bronze?

The long-awaited teaching excellence framework results have arrived, both confirming and confounding expectations. Chris Millward, the director of policy at the Higher Education Funding Council for England, which ran the … Continue Reading →


June 21, 2017

Delaware News Department of Education2018 District/Charter Teachers of the Year namedTwenty Delaware teachers are finalists to be named Delaware’s 2018 Teacher of the Year. Selected from among the 9,000 public … Continue Reading →


Hesburgh-King statue unveiling

Hesburgh-King statue unveiled in South Bend

On a morning filled with brilliant sunshine and 70-degree temperatures, University president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., joined City of South Bend leaders including Mayor Pete Buttigieg and community … Continue Reading →


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